Records a series of measurements conflating knowledge systems, an interpersonal relationship, and the subjectivity of meaning. Indexing a subject – ‘person of the dialogue’ – the book interrogates the limits of philosophic thought through a disordered account of exchanges: a repeating ‘Chapter 6’, an ode to a toothbrush, an accusation of too much Heidegger and not enough olives. The Epistemology of You pivots between poesy and prose, refusing a sense of rationalism to underscore its narrative content.
Laser-print and risograph with letterpress softcover, images from FP-100c film, 17 in. x 11 in., edition 30, 2016
The Epistemology of You, digital images from FP-100c film, 2015-16